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    Despite tributes, the 61st Grammy Awards still fell short

Despite tributes, the 61st Grammy Awards still fell short

When I found out Alicia Keys was the hosting the Grammy Awards and there was going to be a Diana Ross performance along with a Motown tribute, I was beyond ready. I had my snacks and my Twitter loaded with the Grammys hashtag because what is an award show without

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    Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ explores emotion post-breakup

Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ explores emotion post-breakup

Ariana Grande’s music is a direct effect of her personal life. Her “Sweetener” album, released in August 2018, was her message of hope after disaster and acceptance of new love in her life. However, the turbulence wasn’t over. She lost an old love as well as broke off her engagement

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    Side hustles to help you make rent

Side hustles to help you make rent

Picture it: Pay day comes and you feel like you’re on top of the world. You’ve planned your amazing weekend full of frivolous spending, but then unfortunately the slightest bit adult in you comes out and forces you to save, put money aside for gas, pay your rent, buy groceries

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    Preview: ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ rolls out new and returning queens

Preview: ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ rolls out new and returning queens

In celebration of the upcoming 11th season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” here’s a rundown of the queens who will be snatching your wigs starting next month. A’keria Chanel Davenport Winning Miss Black Universe and Miss International Vogue in 2017, A’keria Chanel Davenport has proven she’s worthy of a crown. The

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    Netflix documentaries that are worth your while

Netflix documentaries that are worth your while

Documentaries are an often overlooked branch of films. With seemingly endless options of films on Netflix, there are a few that stand out and are worth more than one watch. The films mentioned brought the perfect balance of telling the initial story without overly relying on the footage to tell

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    Despite some strides, “Sex and the City” still symbolizes lack of diversity in TV history

Despite some strides, “Sex and the City” still symbolizes lack of diversity in TV history

Like many others, I spent my winter break starting something new. By “something new” I mean, rewatching television shows. One of the television shows that I’ve decided to revisit was “Sex and the City.” Watching this show as a teenager is vastly different from my current experience as a woman

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    The harsh reality of cinema in January

The harsh reality of cinema in January

January is a notoriously bad time at the multiplex. Whether it be lazy PG-13 rated horror films, lousy animated films or embarrassing actions films, the month of January has something for everyone — if you want to be disappointed. Just this year, January has been host to the Matthew McConaughey and

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    Cheap and easy ways to make your college life healthier

Cheap and easy ways to make your college life healthier

We all know about the “Freshman 15” and all the unhealthy habits that come with being a college student, but we often do nothing about it. You can’t really blame us — our schedules are packed, we’re exhausted by the time we have free time to hit the gym and we

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    Let’s get this fitness: More Rec Center classes to help you stay in shape

Let’s get this fitness: More Rec Center classes to help you stay in shape

With January coming to a close, so is resolution season. Hope may still be alive for some as they push past procrastination and fatigue, but for others the “new me, new year” has been put on hold until 2020. For those still trekking on in your quest for a ” summer

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    “You” offers an ironic look into the world of a monster

“You” offers an ironic look into the world of a monster

What does falling in love, stalking and murder have in common? They can both be rationalized by the same person committing them. For bookstore manager, Joe, played by Penn Badgley, getting someone to fall in love with you requires both of those qualities.  In the television adaptation of the 2014

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